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DealNN: MBP for $2,099; 64GB Touch for $329
Friday, April 26, 2013 @ 3:56pm

Deals from DealNN this week include price cuts on MacBook Pros, iPods and more. Today's deal of the day from MacMall.com is on the 15.4-inch MacBook Pro which has been reduced by $549, lowering the cost from $2,649 down to $2,099. This MBP features a 2.7GHz Intel quad-core i7 processor, 8GB of RAM and a 1TB hard drive with Bluetooth, FaceTime camera, USB 3.0, and Thunderbolt. A one-year warranty on parts and labor is included from Apple.



At JR.com this week, take advantage of a $70 price break on the fourth-generation 64GB iPod touch in white which was $399, but has been reduced to $329 with free shipping. "Black Friday in April" is going on now at TigerDirect.com, with discounts on items like the Acer 23-inch LED monitor, it was $140, but is now $110. This week, eCost.com has reduced the price of the Samsung 840 Pro Series 512GB solid state drive from $600 down to $480. Provatage.com has the Brother MFC-J425W wireless inkjet printer priced at $84, which is $10 less than the lowest price offered anywhere else.

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